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German Doctors’ partner projects

German Doctors’ partner projects

German Doctors’ partner projects

German Doctors’ partner projects

Dates and Facts

Besides the organisation’s medical aid, we also provide comprehensive help through partners in the areas of child raising, agrarian economy and environment, health, credit programs, disaster aid, social work, and community development in 50 partner projects in 16 countries at present. Our support ranges from a single donation of €500 to a four-year development-aid project with a financial volume of €700,000. The large partner projects are co-financed by the national organisations for economic cooperation, above all the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The ministry provides 75%, and our organization provides 25% of the financial means. Industry or private support groups finance other projects.

Our projects are locally based, and the specialist competence of partners and the direct approach to the recipients ensure that the measures are tailored to their needs and the resources are efficiently allocated. A synopsis of the projects’ expenses categorized by main themes can be found in the table below.

Partner Projects German Doctors - Expenses 2017

In the following tables, all countries are listed in which German Doctors support partner projects:

Partnerprojekte der German Doctors in Afrika
Partnerprojekte der German Doctors in Asien
Partnerprojekte der German Doctors in Lateinamerika
Partnerprojekte der German Doctors in Europa

German Doctors help worldwide

We believe in the right of every human being to get medical care no matter their origin. Therefore our volunteer German Doctors offer medical treatments in developing countries for the poorest of the poor. Whether people infected with HIV, undernourished children deficiency syndromes or people with chronic diseases, we help everyone who needs help.

Our doctors work during their annual leave or retirement for a period of six weeks and waive any compensation. More than 7000 missions with more than 3200 doctors were completed since 1983.